Things to Do

Short Reads: "Seneca on Clemency, or Mercy"

Early in the reign of the Roman Emperor Nero, his teacher Seneca composed a short treatise, addressed to the emperor, on the subject of mercy or clemency. While none of […]

Posture & Low Back Workshop

How’s your posture? Did you immediately sit up after reading that? Do you know why your posture is the way it is? Did you know you can’t blame it all […]

Extended Figure Drawing

This figure drawing studio is open to all levels! Bring your own medium and join a community of artists in practicing figure drawing with a live model! For this once-a-month […]

Oro y Plata FREE Latin Music Dance Party

FREE: Latin Music Dance Party – Cumbias, Reggaeton, Salsa, Merengue, Bachata, Cumbia Norteñas Upstairs: Power Room. Lewis & Clark Brewery. We will have 3 1/2 hours of curated Latin Music […]

What is a Basket?

Students will create a small square bottomed basket with a variety of basketry techniques (plaited base, weaving the sides, twining, lashing a rim, creating and wrapping side handles) using dyed […]

Smorgastarta - Swedish Sandwich Cakes

Savory Bakes Start Here. For those who love the savory but maybe could do without the sweet. This cake decorating class replaces the sugar and spice with mayonnaise, crème fraiche, […]

Philosophy Walk: Mercy & Forgiveness

We often talk about showing mercy or forgiving those who have harmed us as something noble, praiseworthy, perhaps even necessary or required in order to behave well. But this has […]

Corks and Canvas

Join the Holter for a happy hour with paint! With a drink in one hand and a paintbrush in the other, create a masterpiece while enjoying a social evening of […]

Natural Rivals: John Muir, Gifford Pinchot, and the Creation of America’s Public Lands

Although many people today think of public lands as an American birthright, their very existence was at one point in doubt. Join Montana-based author John Clayton on a journey to […]

Thugs and Thuggery: Montana Union Bosses Behaving, Badly?

Montana has long held the reputation of being the bastion of organized labor in the Rocky Mountains, seeing the birth of its first union in 1866. Organized labor helped build […]